Bodin Chinthanet

Registered user since Thu 20 Aug 2020

Name:Bodin Chinthanet
Bio:

Bodin Chinthanet is a Specially Appointed Assistant Professor in the Software Engineering Laboratory at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. His research interests include empirical software engineering and mining software repositories. In detail, his research is focusing on the security vulnerabilities in software ecosystems, how developers react to vulnerabilities in their software projects. His ultimate goal is to mitigate the risk of security vulnerabilities in software ecosystems.

Country:Japan
Affiliation:Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Personal website:https://bchinthanet.com/
Research interests:Software Dependencies, Security Vulnerabilities, Empirical Software Engineering, Mining Software Repositories

Contributions

APSEC 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the ERA - Early Research Achievements-track
EASE 2022 Author of On the Use of Refactoring in Security Vulnerability Fixes: An Exploratory Study on Maven Libraries within the Vision and Emerging Results Track-track
MSR 2022 Committee Member in Data Showcase Committee within the Data and Tool Showcase Track-track
SoHeal 2021 Author of Choice Matters: Contrasting Package Manager User Experience within the SoHeal 2021-track
ASE 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Late Breaking Results-track
Author of V-Achilles: An Interactive Visualization of Transitive Security Vulnerabilities within the Tool Demonstrations-track
ICPC 2022 Author of Does Coding in Pythonic Zen Peak Performance? Preliminary Experiments of Nine Pythonic Idioms at Scale within the Early Research Achievements (ERA)-track
MSR 2021 Committee Member in Shadow PC committee within the Shadow PC-track
ESEC/FSE 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Artifacts-track
ASE 2020 Author of Code-based Vulnerability Detection in Node.js Applications: How far are we? within the Industry Showcase-track
ICSE 2022 Author of Lags in the release, adoption, and propagation of npm vulnerability fixes within the Journal-First Papers-track